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Religion and Gender
This essay explores how gender studies in academe, including in religious studies, might remain relevant to ongoing feminist political engagement. I explore some specific dynamics of this challenge, using as my test case the issue of abortion in the US. After discussing how three formative feminist principles (women's experience as feminism's starting point, the personal is political, and identity politics) have shaped approaches to the abortion issue for feminist scholars in religion, I arguedoi:10.1163/18785417-00101002 fatcat:osyn5l5fibcchclqkbdzkkwpge